prop ref: IN712a sleeps: 4 start day: Saturday
Just off the main road from Glencoe to Fort William, in a traditional scattered crofting community, these two very attractive semi-detached cottages were purpose built in 2009 to the highest standards. Exceptionally well appointed, they offer outstanding comfort incorporating every convenience and all rooms are comfortably furnished with lovely finishing touches. Each cottage has a raised deck with outdoor furniture facing west to the distant mountains, there are large shared grounds with a small stream and a short walk down a quiet lane leads to the shore of Loch Linnhe where there is a lovely pebble beach with magnificent views. All accommodation is on the ground floor and there is full ramp access.
Surrounded by dramatic sea and mountain scenery, this beautiful part of Scotland offers a huge choice of activities throughout the year including winter sports and downhill mountain biking at Aonach Mor, climbing in the surrounding mountains and at the Kinlochleven rock climbing school, hill walking, sailing, diving, water sports, golf and angling. The local shop and hotel are within walking distance and 9 miles away Fort William nestles under Scotland's highest mountain Ben Nevis with excellent shops, leisure facilities and a distillery visitor centre. At Corran (1 mile). a car ferry crosses Loch Linnhe giving access to the remote and beautiful Ardmamurchan peninsula where a further ferry crosses to the Isle of Mull. This is an ideal base for exploring with scenic roads leading out to Oban, Glencoe, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Loch Ness and Mallaig.
(a) Snowberry No 1 Sleeps 4+baby
1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room, 1 twin bedroom, bright open plan living/dining/kitchen, shower room. Cooking by gas hob/electric oven, oil-fired central heating. Fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, Freeview television / DVD in living rooms and bedrooms, CD player. Shared drying room with tumble dryer. Bed linen and towels provided. Cot and highchair available.
Customer Reviews of Snowberry No 1 Cottage, Onich - Sleeps 4
"it was a long drive but well worth the journey"
The only down side was the weather but then again thats Scotland but what ever the weather the views are fantastic.The accom was excellant could not fault it right down to the wine,fruit and flowers for us on arrival,the bungalow is well equiped even with a tele in each bedroom to keep the kids occupied on a wet day, I could go on but why not have a visit yourself you won't be sorry we will defanatly be back.
"Relax in the highlands"
An excellent holiday in an excellent cottage.Very well equiped, very clean cottage. Lovely to have all the basics; soaps, detergents etc supplied as well
"Good rental property"
Good rental property. Convenient location, but rather close to the main road to Ft William. The owner was welcoming and obliging and the cottage was very well equiped and in very good order. However would bewnefit from a DVD player linked to the TV
"Onich Cottage July 2011"
Good location for access to mountains. Accomodation provided all amenities required to relax after days walk in comfort. Minor issues were that all pans for cooking had their teflon surface scratched (new Pans would be nice), grill to cooker did not work.
Very comfortable and relaxing. Ideal location for exploring. Thank you
"Super holiday. The best no contest"
My wife, myself and Poppy (our beloved Border Terrier) were very happy here and thought the location excellent. The cottage was spotless.All things had been thought of and provided. Ann had fully stocked up on everything Plenty of info about area etc. Ann really wasthe best. The Loch was only five minutes walk down private lane and we walked down once or twice every day.The weather during our week was not so good but we did everything we intended to and more..